Rewired my NAA with single wire alternator belt seems to be making noise no matter how tired I get it aftermarket kit doesn't quite line up right But if you can see by the wiring harness that was on it that's one reason it wasn't charging
Re: Alternator belt noise in reply to clam digger, 05-30-2018 06:36:22
try shimming the alternator to get that belt in line. also make sure that the pulley and fan aren't contacting anything, and the pulley and belt sized are matched. IE.. don't run 1/2" belts in 5/8" pullies..e tc.
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